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December 2016

Resolve to be a More Ethical Person in 2017

This is my last blog of the year. Going forward, this blog site will serve as an archive for my blogs through 2017. Please visit my new website, Steven Mintz Ethics, for future blogs and to sign up for a free Newsletter prepared for my loyal followers. HAPPY NEW YEAR!... Read more →

What does it Mean to be a Fair-Minded Person?

Justice as Fairness Gained Through Wisdom, Truth and Knowledge Fair-mindedness entails a conscious effort to treat all viewpoints alike, without reference to one’s own feelings or self-interests, or the feelings of others, such as a friend or organization. Fairness is the underlying element of the philosophical concept of justice. Aristotle... Read more →

The Purpose of a Code of Ethics

Wells Fargo and Volkswagen Violated Their Own Code of Ethics Arguably, Wells Fargo is the most unethical company in the U.S. How else can we explain why the company allowed its employees to open more than 2 million unauthorized accounts, sticking customers with almost $2.5 million in fees? On November... Read more →

Have Colleges Gone Too Far with Sanctuary Campuses?

Ethics Sage Readers: Due to my increasing ethics outreach activities, I have developed a new website: Please "Like" my public page by sharing it on social media. My new site serves as a repository for my ethics blogs & activities, and a Newsletter that you can sign up for.... Read more →

DAPL Issue Not Sexy Enough for Media Coverage

Native American Rights Ignored Once Again It’s my view that very few people care about the rights of Native Americans so it is the media’s job to embed it into our national conscience because of historical rights violations that date back to 1889 when President Benjamin Harrison made the first... Read more →